The River Petrohue is an enormous river that leads from Lake Todos Santos to the Fjord of Reloncavi. This river begins as a raging torrent of waterfalls, and finishes as a tranquil, flat series of curves across the plains. Characterized by its signature turquoise waters and fly-hungry, 30-kg (65-lb) chinook salmon, the River Petrohue is a paradise for sportsmen and tranquility-seekers alike. And it's accessible by foot from MAREAS, across the river plain at low tide.
View the brief video below for an aerial flythrough of Petrohue.